Situated on a no-through country lane surrounded by attractive countryside, this 1800s mid-terrace property is built from local stone and retains many character features whilst offering plenty of accommodation. The property is bounded by similar character homes in a peaceful location, with an easy flowing layout arranged over four storeys to create a versatile family home. On the ground floor a large reception room with wood floors and a feature fireplace creates a charming first impression and a welcoming feel. Sympathetically styled with white wood cabinets, the traditional country kitchen includes a range of freestanding appliances while its original chimney breast easily accommodates a range cooker. Creating a highly sociable and open plan feel, the generous proportions open onto the adjacent dining room with an original tiled floor. Great for spending time together as a family, its classic stable door opens onto the large landscaped patio making it easy to step outside and relax in the sun. A cloakroom completes the ground floor. Downstairs the basement floor has been converted into a study that's well-lit by a duo of windows and is hugely versatile as a playroom, gym or snug. The wood floors and character features continue on the first floor where two double bedrooms provide ideal family accommodation; one includes an original fireplace while the other benefits from plenty of storage. Up on the top floor a master bedroom enjoys far-reaching views of the surrounding countryside from its large Velux window. Adding a contemporary twist and a touch of luxury to this 1800s home, the sleek family bathroom features a walk-in shower and bath and countertop basin arranged in a refined stone tile setting.
The Dene is situated on a quiet no-through country lane close to the village centre with its green, church and public house and offers a tranquil position in the heart of the Surrey Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It offers the opportunity of country village living within easy commuting distance of London. Abinger Hammer is nearby and offers a popular farm shop and general store. The surrounding countryside has miles of footpaths and bridleways through some of Surrey's most beautiful scenery. Extensive recreational, educational and shopping facilities can be found in Guildford to the west and Dorking to the east, both offer mainline railway stations to Lon-don (Waterloo). The A3 and M25 can be accessed at Ockham and Leatherhead. TRAIN SERVICES: Gomshall Station is 1.8 miles and provides services to Reading and Gatwick, or Dorking is 5.1 miles with mainline services to London (Waterloo).
A westerly facing garden to the rear has a highly private and secluded feel. Offering a classic slice of country living this impressively sized long garden bordered by mature hedgerows adds a lovely countryside backdrop to the house. A landscaped patio is ideal for al fresco entertaining and relax-ing with the weekend papers, also includes a hot tub, whilst the long lawn stretches back onto open fields. A gravel driveway supplies private off-road parking for two cars, while steps lead up to the covered timber door.
Private Driveway for Two Cars